Canada is a weird ass place. One day it is a thousand degrees, the next it is chilly and you have to wear coats and sweaters. Crazy land.
So, because it is chilly and I am tired, I am watching another CLASSIC FILM!
The Princess Diaries!
Julie Andrews though. This lady. She is so great. She could easily walk into any palace and trick anyone into thinking she was the queen of any country I think. There is not a spazzy bone in her body. She is so graceful and elegant and I would for sure make a fool of myself if I ever met her.
I am currently at the point in the movie when Mia plans on running away with her cat to Colorado. The problem with this part is that she is 15 years old and lives in San Fransico. That is really far to Colorado. I feel like it is slightly excessive on her part and mean to her poor family.
Also, why does it always rain at dramatic parts in the movie? I think in whatever movie I write I will make it rain for the least important parts... or like.. every time someone opens a can of soda, it will rain just to confuse the senses.
I feel like the most important part of this movie is Joe. He is the real heart and soul of this film.
But seriously could you imagine getting told at 15 that you were actually a princess of a country no one has ever heard of? I mean, if you had to eventually become Queen and everything that is a lot of pressure. But if you got to be like, not actually in charge of a country but just the princess who gets to party and be wealthy and live in a castle that wouldn't be so bad.
I am now watching the second one. Because Chris Pine. More importantly, Chris Pine's enormous hair.
I am noticing they changed the castle for Genovia from the end of the first to the second. Also, there are no consistent accents through the entire place. Some people are American, some are British, some have a more distinguished accent I can't quite pin down.
Anyways, this was a really long description of a movie from 14 years ago.
Ooop, a Wild Raven Symone appears alongside a puffy Chris Pine with a silly accent. Great movie choice on my part.